Kitchener Pool Inspections

Swimming pools add value to any property but only if they are working properly! When purchasing a new home or commercial property, a swimming pool can be a major selling feature but it can be easy to get lost in the fantasy of a backyard swim space and overlook functionality. Whether you are buying, selling or are noticing that your swimming pool just isn’t running like it should be, it is a good idea to call a Puddle technician! Kitchener pool inspections provide thorough assessments of condition and function to provide peace of mind.

When buying a home it is standard practice to have a home inspection done. While the average home inspector will have lots of experience with roofing, foundations and even electrical, they don’t often know about swimming pools. Pool inspectors, on the other hand, specialize in them! Experienced pool inspections will check structures, as well as equipment, surrounding areas and internal water systems to ensure that everything is running smoothly and provide peace of mind that you are making a great investment.

Why Have An Expert Inspect Your Pool

There are many different types of swimming pool inspections out there. Some of these focus on permitting, construction and structural integrity but they often don’t cover whether or not the pool runs properly! Luckily, a Level I pool inspection covers functionality and operation exclusively.

During a Level I Pool Inspection, inspectors will check surfaces for signs of structural damage, as well as surrounding areas like pool decks and internal filtration and circulation systems. When pumps, filters and heaters aren’t working properly, it will have a ripple effect throughout your water system, not only in terms of use but in overall condition as well. If one component of a pool and spa is struggling, it will put added wear and tear on other aspects of your system causing them to break down more readily and quicker.

Another important aspect of a Level I inspection service is pool safety. Even if systems are running properly, surrounding safety features might be faulty or failing. Everything from a diving board to a ladder can have an impact on swimmers inside your pool system. A visual inspection and light testing can help to determine if a ladder or railing is loose or coming away from its fixtures.

In addition to checking out structures themselves and the mechanics that keep water running, Puddle technicians are able to check up on everyday use items like the pool filter, skimmer baskets and pool equipment for insight into what needs to be done to your pool system and how to hit the ground running with your newly purchased swim space.

Puddle Pool Inspection Services: Excellent Results in Kitchener

When you are in the market for a little peace of mind, all it takes is one phone call to a local pool specialist. Each member of the Puddle team is highly trained and experienced, so we know just what to look for! In addition to offering inspections, Puddle Pros offer a range of treatment options from a scheduled pool service, leak detection, service calls and seasonal treatments.

Please note that a Level I inspection provides insight into pools, spas and hot tubs, they do not come with a written report. If you are considering buying a home with a pool, have recently purchased a home or are noticing that your system just isn’t running like it should, don’t hesitate to call Puddle for a professional pool inspection.

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